Romantic Dinner, Romantic Dessert  

49AK 56M
1074 posts
3/29/2006 4:48 pm

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3/13/2009 1:37 pm

Romantic Dinner, Romantic Dessert


I have invited a guest author to post to my blog. The ground rules are that I pick the topic/title, and the guest author writes whatever he or she likes with that title.

Today's guest author is [blog PurryKitty2] and her topic is "Romantic Dinner, Romantic Dessert."

purrykitty2

Old world romance is what she was looking for, but she wasn’t expecting to find it online with Tom.

Frustrated with her inability to meet men in the real world, she took a giant leap of faith and started contacting people through the singles sites on the Internet.

Not everyone she "met" was someone she was compatible with, but she did find one person that she particularly enjoyed corresponding with via e-mail, so much so that Tom and she decided to speak to each other on the telephone. He was a big hit with her! Humorous, intelligent, and thoughtful and she found herself looking forward to meeting him in person. So Tom and she met for sushi one Sunday afternoon and even though this sounds like a cliche', it was love at first sight.

They both found what they had been looking for in a relationship, warmth, understanding, respect, and love. They were perfect for each other and throughout the next year developed a very strong relationship. During that time, they spent quite a bit of time at their favorite sushi restaurant.

One Saturday evening Tom asked her to dinner. He previously informed the Restaurant Manager of his proposal plans. The Restaurant Manager suggested to Tom to hold off on his proposal and take an after-dinner stroll around the restaurant's romantic grounds. The staff kept a close eye on the couple, who stopped on the bluff overlooking the lakefront and the proposal was made. The restaurant team rushed out with champagne and congratulations.

Later the couple returned to the bar for celebratory drinks and dessert. Afterwards, the staff brought out dessert with 'Congratulations' written around the rim of the plate for the couple to share. There was not a dry eye in the house!!!



SacredStarDance

3/29/2006 8:47 pm

Not a dry eye here... that was great

under the stars
We choose to write
you choose what you comprehend.
read twice and be nice
every key stroke... has a heart beat


angelofmercy5 60F
17881 posts
3/30/2006 7:52 am

Nice job Purry! And this was a great idea 49AK! Can't wait to hear the next one!


wantonwill 61M

3/30/2006 9:10 am

AWWWWWWW....how sweet...very romantic!


seek_u_topia 52M

3/30/2006 12:56 pm

very nice story purry!


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